GOP congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, of Georgia, complained to the Pentagon that the Guam National Guard “ambushed” her office as a political tool to intimidate Congress, and called for them to sent home.
In a letter to the secretary of defense Loyd Austin, the QAnon fanatic said the “stunt” of the National Guard delivering cookies, after she confused Guam for a foreign country, was part of a dangerous and troubling trend of the armed forces intimidating civilians, harassing Congress members and attacking journalists.
“Guam’s congressional delegate, Michael San Nicholas, leading more than two dozen National Guard troops to ambush my office unannounced and subsequently video record my staff without solicitation or consent,” Greene said.
The attempted cookie diplomacy was in response to Greene grouping Guam in with the United State’s major foreign adversaries as she called for the hard-earned tax dollars of Americans to be spent at home in America, not “wherever”, during a talk at CPAC.
Greene called on the Department of Defence to withdraw National Guard in the Capitol to their home states and ensure members of the military arent’ used as political tools.
Read the letter below.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, in a letter to the Pentagon, accuses Guam Del. Michael San Nicolas of "leading more than two dozen National Guard troops to ambush my office unannounced," says it's part of a "troubling trend." pic.twitter.com/5dkITySE4h
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